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The photos you (probably) won't find on Instagram

Photography reached the mainstream early on; Kodak's Brownie made daily snapshots accessible and Polaroid's pioneering cameras provided instant gratification. Now we can capture and share moments on a whim with smartphones packing high-resolution optics. Over the years, though, we've been treated …

The Friend: Love Is Not a Big Enough Word

His wife was just thirty-four. They had two little girls. The cancer was everywhere, and the parts of dying that nobody talks about were about to start. His best friend came to help out for a couple weeks. And he never left.<p><b>Most of September 17, 2012,</b> has evaporated from my mind. I still have a few …

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Chocolate Pies and Tarts

You can’t go wrong when luscious chocolate is matched with caramel, nuts, fruit, whipped cream, custard fillings, or flaky pie crust. Browse our collection of the best pie and tart recipes featuring chocolate in the fillings, crusts, toppings, or throughout.<p>A crispy crust made from ice cream cones …

Baking

Chicken 3 ways: Curtis Stone gives the bird a flavor boost

We love chicken, but every now and then, we've gotta spice up this staple dish and experiment with different flavors. Here, Curtis Stone shares three recipes that will do just that. With a little bit of prep ahead of time, they can even be great for weeknight meals.<p>Piri Piri Chicken with Slaw<p>Ray …

Cooking

10 Space-Saving Tricks for Small Kitchens

You can do a lot with just a little space.<p>A well-designed kitchen has minimal clutter and maximum efficiency. Whether you're redecorating or totally remodeling, here are the best ideas for small spaces.

Will increasing cyber attacks spell the end of username and password security?

US regulators are considering mandating that companies ramp up online protections, but analysts warn there is no immediate cure-all<p>When a burglar breaks into a home, changing the locks or otherwise shoring up the home’s security is among the first things likely to get done in the …

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New in My Modern Shop: Surreal Double Exposures by Erkin Demir

It brings us great pleasure to announce that we've added another fantastic artist to My Modern Shop. Istanbul, Turkey-based photographer Erkin Demir creates intriguing double exposures that blend humans with nature or architecture. The beautiful black and white works are stunningly surreal …

Photography

Photographing TIME's Person of the Year in Africa, Europe and the U.S.

Foday Galla, 37, Ambulance Supervisor, photographed at home wearing a PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) suit, in Signb<p>... VIEW MORE<p>Jackie Nickerson …

Go Inside George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin's Wedding with 11 Never-Before-Seen Photos

Go Inside George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin's Wedding<p>Amal Alamuddin and George Clooney arrived for their Italian wedding in style aboard a water …

Forget Apple's iPhone and Samsung's Galaxy, the humble flip phone is back

Celebrities are leading the way in eschewing smartphones for flip phones, but what’s the draw with clamshell models?<p>It’s 2014, but flipping hell, clamshell phones appear to be making a comeback. Anna Wintour, editor-in-chief of American Vogue, was spotted with a flip phone during this summer’s US …

Black Friday & Cyber Monday: The Deals You Need to Know About

It's the biggest shopping weekend of the year! We gathered all the irresistible bargains from our favorite retailers and designers to help make your …

Australians Taste Test American Snacks (and vice versa)

(DailyMotion link)<p>Australian folks try out some really odd foods they’ve never encountered before: aerosol cheese, dried meat sticks, and something …

Inside the building where Apple tortures the iPhone 6

In case you hadn't guessed, Apple doesn't often show this facility to outsiders. The only reason I'm here today is because Apple's latest iPhone, the iPhone 6, bends. At least for some people. The real question up until now is just how many people that's happening to, and whether that would happen …

The Awful Reign of the Red Delicious

How the worst apple took over the United States, and continues to spread<p>At the supermarket near his home in central Virginia, Tom Burford likes to loiter by the display of Red Delicious. He waits until he spots a store manager. Then he picks up one of the glossy apples and, with a flourish, scrapes …

3 surprising things that devour your data plan

It's OK to admit that picking a cellular plan makes you nervous. There are a lot of angles to consider, and you don't want to get it wrong.<p>Pick a plan that's too small and you'll go over your limit and rack up unwanted charges – or run into speed throttling on an unlimited plan. Go too large and …

Goofy Things You Didn't Know About Food at Disney Parks

At Disney World and Disney Land, literally everything has been thought of. The "imagineers" have been tasked with creating a perfect little world for everyone who visits, and they actually gave a lot more thought to the food served there than you might realize.<p><b>Click Here to See All of the Goofy</b> …

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Airlines Are Tossing Seat-Back Screens. Here Is Why That’s A Great Design Move

They’re expensive, out-of-date, and redundant in a world where everyone’s flying with a laptop.<p>Grab some extra magazines, frequent flyers. The seat-back entertainment screen may be going the way of economy-class legroom. Rather than installing TV screens in seats, airlines are moving toward …

Spectacular swimming pools – in pictures

If it's hot and you fancy a dip, why settle for your local lido? Here's a selection of some of the world's most amazing pools

New in the Shop: Janne Parviainen’s Lively Streaks of Light

Helsinki-based artistic photographer Janne Parviainen gives life to light through his incredible light paintings, which are all created entirely in-camera. Without the use of any digital manipulation, Parviainen manages to transform streaks of multicolored lights into three-dimensional, figurative …